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Table of Contents 



Introduction 
Administration 
Sports 
Clubs 
Portfolio 
Concerts 
Senior Week 
Senior Portraits 



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Throughout 
the last few years 
of our lives, the 
world has seen a 
myriad of events 
that will forever 
alter the pages of 
history. With the 
fall of the Berlin 
Wall in 9 89 to the 
liberation of 
Kuwait in 6 91, 
our college years 
have been filled 
w il h amazing 
events that will 
be remembered 
through the ages. 
Over the years 
University of 
Lowell has seen 
many changes, 
too. Despite the 
state's fiscal 
problems, the 
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education. In 
1991 the last 
graduating class 
from ULowell 
received their 
diplomas. A 
new era has 
begun. 

Certainly, 
the University 
of Lowe! I has 
left an indelible 
mark on the 
lives of all its 
students. We 
are not the 
people we were 
four years ago. 
Each semester 
seemed to last a 
lifetime. Every 
course was a 
battle. Having 
won the war, 
those battles 
now seem 
trivial. We have 
all been 
changed by the 
struggle, the 
failures and the 
victories. 

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college 
experience at 
ULowell? It is 
not only the 
lessons learned 
in the classroom, 
it Is lessons in 
freedom, 
friendships and 
maturity. 
Certainly, each 
student has a 
unique story to 
tell: residence 
halls, Fox, 
Leitch, 
Bourgeois, 
North, Eames, 
Smith, 
Concordia, 
South, Crescent; 
roommates, fire 
alarms, 

elevators, RAs, 
caf food, sports 
in the halls, 
walking over the 
bridge; freedom, 
apartments, 
Austin Square, 
keg parties, 
evictions; 
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Derby, Hugh's, 
PSC, The Bene** 
fake IDs, beer 
goggles, turning 
21; commuting, 
parking, 
sleeping in the 
commuter 
lounge, pool and 
ping pong in the 
Student Union, 
SIC; 

registration, 
bubble sheets, 
classes, problem 
sets, papers, 
exams, all- 
nighters, early- 
morning labs, 
finding 
electives, 
bookstore lines, 
Add/Drop, 40 
days to 
withdraw, 
finals, Prof. 
TBA; taking the 
shuttle, 
Wannalancit, 
Cumnock Hall, 
Placement; 
good friends, 
lost innocence, 
found maturity, 
5-year plan, 
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year plan, sanity 
check; Graduation! 

Graduates of 
the class of 1991 
have entered a new 
stage in their lives. 
We are again 
freshman, freshman 
m the real world. 
£o, as you strive for 
success, never forget 
where you came 

Erom and where you 
lave been. Let this 
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»f the person you 
ere in 1991 and the 
place you called 
home for many 
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Was it true? The cold 
war in Europe was over, but 
wasn't there supposed to be a 
world- wide peace? That is 
what we all hoped for, but 
quickly realized wasn't 
possible yet. With Saddam 
Hussein's brutal annexation 
of Kuwait, it was time once 
again for the United States to 
'police' the world. 

In this age of such 
advanced warfare and 
communication technologi 
we as a nation were never 
more aware of what was 
happening during the war, 
with constant updates 
showing the latest destruction 
caused by a Scud missile in 
Israel or a majestic victory of 
a Patriot missile. Never 
before have many of us 
students experienced a war so 
closely. Everyday there was 
more news about our 
unexpected superiority over 
Iraq. News was sought after 




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endlessly. Between classes, we 
could hope to hear just a little 
more news of how the war was 
going. And with all the news 
coverage, I know I will never 
forget the shocking images 
brought straight from the Middle 
East by CNN during the air strikes 
or the incredible images brought 
during the ground war liberation 
of Kuwait. 

As much as we depended 
upon others for our information, 
we could only turn to those next 
to us for comfort. Candlelight 
vigils and support rallies brought 
us together and helped us help 
each other through a very difficult 
time. 

The men and women who 
put their lives on the line were 
closest to our hearts. Our Desert 
Storm soldiers were our fathers, 
mothers, sisters and brothers, 
uprooted from everyday lives and 
thrust into the role of protectors 
and restorers of peace. Maybe we 
didn't believe in 'blood for oil', but 
we believed in the pride of being 
American and of fighting for 
justice and peace. 

To all of our soldiers in the 
air, on the ground and water, our 
simplest words- are our most 
sincere and heart felt: We love yoi 
and are proud of you! 

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1990 University of Lowell Men's Cross Country Team 



Front Row (kneeling, left to right): Scott Bridges, John Doherty, Dan Sweeney, Mike Toomey, and Jerry Bailey. 
Back Row (standing): Assistant Coach Scott Hayward, Terence White, Co-captain Mike Chamberas, Co-captain David Cremin, Jim Mc Gaugh, and Head Coach George Davis 



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The Men's Cross Country team was ranked eighth in the nation 
for Division Two in the NCAA pre-season poll. However, the 
Chiefs never had the chance to reach their ultimate potential as 
their three top runners, junior Dave Cremin, sophomore John 
Doherty and senior Mike Chamberas, were injured for the 
majority of the season. 

One of the finest runners in ULowell history, Cremin set a 
course record at a tri-meet early in the season with Boston 
College and Massachusetts, then did not run again until the 
Eastern Regionals in November. It was at the Regionals that he 
qualified for the NCAA Championships finishing the 10,000 
meters in 31:38. At the NCAA meet he placed ninth (30:10) to 
earn Ail-American honors for the third straight season. 




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Doherty led the Chiefs at the New 
ngland Championships with a 17th place finish, 
t the Eastern Regional Qualifiers, he was 
ading all Chief runners before collapsing in the 
A degree heat. He crawled to the finish line in 
2:09, 16th place overall, missing an invitation 

| the NCAA meet by one place. They were third at the Eastern League Championships behind junior Jim 
[cGaugh (fourth place), freshman Mike Toomey (eighth place) and sophomore Jerry Bailey (13th place). 
jlcGaugh and Toomey followed Doherty across the finish line at the N.E. Championships (all divisions),. finishing 
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1990 University of Lowell Women's Cross Country Team 

Front Row: Tracey Velten, Andrea Coppola, Michelle Drury, Christine Higgins, and Donna Boucher. 
Back Row: Assistant Coach Scott Hayward, Tracy Maher, Cindy Crowe, Captain Martha Flynn, Amy Sullivan, Anne Gavigan, and Head Coach George Davis. 









Finest Season Ever 



The Women's Cross Country team enjoyed its finest season 
ever in 1990. They won their first ever championship at the 
M.A.I.A.W meet and posted higher finishes than last season at 
all the major races. The Chiefs placed ninth at the NCAA 
Division Two East Regional Championship, seventh at the 
ECAC Championship and 29th at the New England 
Championships, which featured Division I, II and III schools. 

The Chiefs relied on a team 
effort rather than a single 
standout during the year. 
Martha Flynn, the captain and 
only senior on the roster, led 
the team at the Eastern 
Regional Championships 
placing 33rd overall in 19:37 
for 5,000 meters. Freshman 
Tracy Velten led the 
M.A.I.A.W Championship 
effort with a fourth place 
finish overall. She scored 
second for ULowell behind 
Flynn at the Eastern Regional? 
finishing in 19:49. Junior 
Tracy Maher had her top 
performance in a dual meet 
against Keene State and in a 
i-meet against Boston College and Massachusetts. She was the first ULowell runner (second overall) to 
)mplete the two mile Keene State course in 12:48. She finished the 5,000 meter course at UMass in 20:21, 
■st for ULowell and 11th overall. Juniors Anne Gavigan and Rima Moussa, sophomore Amy Sullivan and 
eshman Christine Higgins all contributed to the Chiefs success in 1990 by placing in the top five for ULowell in 
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1990 University of Lowell Field Hockey Team 
Front Row: Manager Diane Crudden, Sharon Emmett, Kathy Bulger, Co-captain Sara Nicolosi, Co-captain Lauren Jolie, Raquel Procopio, Jeanne Muise, Miki Bryan, and 

Ruth Benoit. 
Back Row: Head Coach Beverly Agrella, Colleen O'Connell, Melissa Morse, Jen Carter, Courtney Foley, Janine Davey, Amy Lavina, Chrissy Poplawski, Jen Jury, Trainer Gay 

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The Field Hockey Chiefs under coach Beverly Agrella 
posted a 6-11-2 record in 1990. Freshman Amy Lavina led 
the team with five goals and four assists for a total of nine 
points. Senior captain Sara Nicolosi contributed 8 points on 
a team-high six goals and two assists. Other offensive 
standouts included Miki Bryan (7 points), Colleen O'Connell 
(6 points) and Melissa Morse (6 points). The defense reduced 

the goals allowed per game 
from 3.47 last season to 
2.63 this season behind the 
strong play of junior Raquel 
Procopio, sophomore 
Sharon Emmett, and 
freshmen Jen Carter and 
Amy Lavina. Sophomore 
goaltender Ruth Benoit set a 
team record 280 saves, 
becoming the all-time saves 
leader with 527 after only 
two seasons. Benoit 
backstopped four shutouts, 
stopped a remarkable 1 1 of 
15 penalty shots and 
recorded a 2.45 goals against 
average. 
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Southern Conn. 

Syracuse 

Plymouth St. 

Holy Cross 

Dartmouth 

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URI 

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Fairfield 

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Springfield 

Southern Maine 

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1990 University of Lowell Football Team 



Front Row (kneeling, left to right): John Encarnacao, Mike Fitzgerald, John Marland, Evrol Officer, Michael Chiodi, Harry Shaw, Pat 

Cullen, Tom Machado, Mike Batts, George Pitts, Steve Longo, Chris 

Meelia, and Dan Ford. 

Second Row: Mark LeBeouf, Tom Lafferty, Don Bartlett, Brian 

Gauthier, Jim DiVita, Tri-captain Bob Cote, Tri-captain Paul Haley, 

Tri-captain Ron Anderson, Dennis Rich, Darrel Davidow, Adam 

Sigel, and Scott Boyle. 

Third Row: Russ Williams, Billy Rizos, Tim Kenny, Neil Roche, 

Kysle King, David Lyons, Tim Byrne, Jeff Jordan, Jeff Dorandi, 

Mike Covina, Jeff Moore, Gary Champagna, and Ted Anagnos. 

Fourth Row: Tarsi Velantzas, Tom Aylward, Roger Chartrand, 

Bobby Scaccia, John Batts, Jeff Keller, Steve Tompkins, John 

McDonald, Tom Bradley, Dennis Anselmo, Tom Casey, and Bill 

Wingate. 

Fifth Row: Keith DeSisto, Joe Stella, Peter Forgione, Ryan Foley, 

Randy Farina, Jim Sweet, Tom Bouley, Derek Larson, Ron Goulet, 

Jaime Desmarais, and Andy Jowett. 

Sixth Row: John Wagner, Jim Garron, Jim Rich, Al Troisi, Eric 

Pike, Brian McDonald, Tim Vale, Ken Pires, Joel Liston, Brian 

Fleming, Doug Hill, and Steve Burns. 

Seventh Row: Mark Estee, Gary Wallace, Steve D'Urso, Chris 

Reardon, Cory Hart, Jim Senecal, Mike Arnold, Jeff Benjamin, 

Steve Austin, Eric Sweet, David Medwar, and Todd Bazemore. 

Eighth Row (top): Assistant Coach Ken Sciacca, Assistant Coach 

Vern Laws, Assistant Coach Joe Carven, Head Coach Dennis 

Scannell, Assistant Coach George Scannell, Assistant Coach Mike 

Donahue, Assistant Coach Mike Thomas (with Scott and Matt 

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For the third straight season the ULowell Football team lost only one game and placed several individuals 

on post-season all-star teams. The Chiefs finished 8-1 to improve their record over the last three seasons to 
25-3. The only loss came at Plymouth State, 34-7, and tainted an otherwise record setting season. This 
Chiefs team scored the most points and allowed the fewest points in 11 seasons of ULowell varsity football. 

Leading the charge were senior defensive end Bob Cote, the defensive and team most valuable player, 
and senior fullback Brian Gauthier, the offensive MVP. Cote was a first team New England Football 
Conference and ECAC Division Three New England all-star after posting 48 tackles, 12 sacks and three 
fumble recoveries in seven games. Gauthier led the team with 777 yards rushing and 16 touchdowns on 
155 carries and earned first team NEFC and second team ECAC N.E. honors. Junior tight end Tom 
Lafferty was a first team NEFC and ECAC selection and a second team Champion USA Division Three Ail- 
American. Lafferty led the Chiefs in receiving with 38 catches for 383 yards and nine touchdowns. He also 
averaged 34. 1 yards per punt to finish third in the conference. Sophomore quarterback Billy Rizos 
completed 57 of 102 passes for 806 yards and nine touchdowns in six games before forced to the sidelines 
by illness. Freshman Dave Lyons assumed the quarterbacking duties for the remainder of the season, 
completing 68 of 119 passes for 747 yards and 11 touchdowns. Combined, the two produced the finest 
passing statistics in the 11-year history of the program. On the defensive side, junior linebacker Jeff Dorandi 
was the team's leading tackier with 75. Following Dorandi were junior Derek Larson with 54 tackles, and 
senior Jim DiVita with 50 tackles. 

In addition to Cote, Gauthier and Lafferty, seniors Paul Haley, Jim DiVita and Don Bartlett, junior Bobby 
Scaccia and sophomore Andy Jowett were also named to the NEFC first team. DiVita joined Cote on the 
ECAC first team. In addition to Gauthier and Lafferty, offensive lineman Andy Jowett, place kicker Dennis 
Anselmo and kick returner Chris Meelia received second team ECAC honors. 

According to final statistics released by the NCAA, the Chiefs were rated the nation's second best pass 
defense among Division Three teams. The Chiefs compiled a pass efficiency defense rating of 58.1. 
ULowell was fifth in total defense and 11th in scoring. Coach Dennis Scannell said, "Our seniors have never 
played on a losing team during their four years and have helped us establish a winning football tradition an 
the University of Lowell. We are losing some outstanding players, key players who have meant so much to 
our team the past three or four years." Completing illustrious careers as members of the ULowell Football 
team were ten seniors: Darrel Davidow, Tim Bernier, Brian Gauthier, Paul Haley, Don Bartlett, Jim DiVita, 

Dennis Rich, Bob Cote, Ron Anderson, and Adam Sigel. 






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Opponent Score W/L 

Fitchburg St. 42-0 W 

Worcester St. 42-3 W 

Maine Maritime 30-8 W 

Plymouth St. 7-34 L 

Curry 63-14 W 

Mass. Maritime 35-8 W 

Nichols 38-8 W 

Bentley 20-6 W 

UMass-Boston 47-14 W 

Overall Record: 8-1 



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1990 University of Lowell Soccer Team 
Front Row (seated, left to right): Bob Kitsos, Joe Roark, Head Coach Sean McGowan, Co-captain Mike Considine, Co-captain Mike Mcintosh, Assistant Coach Dan Desmonc 

John Roarke, and Scott Ringuette. 
Middle Row: Paul Pellitier, Chris Kozakis, Jim Young, Jay Dauphinais, John Pion, Dave Wilson, Larry Bourassa, Bob McArdle, Troy Baillioo, and Manager Dave Nagosian 

Back Row: Adam Winick, Bruce Lane, Dave Foley, Andy Pawlowicz, B.J. Craig, Chris Phinney, and Joe Gilligan. 



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The Soccer Chiefs posted their best 

record since 1983 finishing 6-12-0. Not 
counting the NECC games, the 1990 
University of Lowell Soccer team finished 
6-5 and outscored its non-conference 
opponents 31-26. Unfortunately, the 
Chiefs fell victim to the nationally- 
prominent NECC teams seven times. 

The Chiefs might have been more 
competitive had senior goaltender Mike 
Mcintosh been with the team the entire 
season. Mcintosh, the most valuable 
player on last year's team, was lost for the 
season with a shattered finger, after 
posting a 2-3 record. The Chiefs had four 
scorers in double figures, led by 
sophomore Dave "Hot Foot" Foley's 16 
points. It was the second straight season 
Foley has led the Chiefs in scoring. Junior 
John Pion scored five goals and added 
three assists. Senior sweeper Joe Gilligan 
scored four goals with four assists for 12 
points. Senior Bob Kitsos had ten points, 
and much improved Larry Bourassa netted 
four goals with an assist. Senior co- 
captain Mike Considine completed a fine 
career at ULowell. This season Considine 
scored 2 goals and added 5 assists. 

The Chiefs' seven goals in a victory over 
UMass-Boston were the most goals a 
ULowell team had scored in a ten years. 
This team stopped a six -game mid-season 
losing streak by defeating Worcester 
Polytech for the first-time ever on a goal 
by junior Jim Young with eight seconds 
left in the game. 

"If our players continue to improve by 
working in the off-season more and 
experimenting in practice, we'll continue 
to get better. I expect some time soon 
we'll win the conference" concluded 

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Bryant 

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Bentley 

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1990 University of Lowell Women's Tennis Team 
Front Row (Kneeling, left to right): Laura Marshall, Valerie LaBelle, Joy Higgins, Leslie Pini, Sarah Hirtle. 

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The Women's Tennis Team completed its finest season in 

history, posting an impressive 12-1 record, successfully defendin 
its New England Collegiate Conference Championship and takin 
2nd place in the New England Division II tournament. The 
Chiefs shut out their first four opponents, 9-0, winning 44 
consecutive singles and doubles matches to start the season. Th 
only loss of the year came in a match shortened by darkness 
against Division I University of New Hampshire, 4-2. Altogethei 
the Chiefs won 131 of 152 (.862) individual and doubles 
matches. 

Freshman Joy Higgins posted an impressive 19-1 singles 
record in the top spot for the Chiefs. Higgins brought home the 
NECC #1 singles crown by recording a perfect 5-0 record at the 
conference tournament. Higgins and #2 singles player Tracy 
Capone comprised the highly successful #1 doubles team. 
Together, the pair lost only two matches during the season. 
Capone was the 1990 NECC #2 singles titlist while posting a 1 
4 dual-match record. 

Junior Fiorina Raducanu and senior captain Donna 
Leonard made up the #2 doubles team. This duo lost only one 
match during the season, a three-setter in the New England 
tourney. The highlight of the year was winning the #1 doubles 
crown at the NECC tournament. Raducanu, competing in the # 
singles position, won 10 of 15 matches. Leonard capped her 
career by winning the New England Championship in fourth 
singles and finished the season with a perfect 16-0 record. 

Sophomore Valerie LaBelle and junior Laura Marshall 
posted impressive 12-3 records competing as the #5 and #6 
singles players respectively. LaBelle and Marshall both reached 
their respective flight finals in the New England tournament. 



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St. Anselm 9-0 

Plymouth St. 9-0 

URI 9-0 

SE Mass. 9-0 

Bentley 8-1 

Stonehill 7-2 

NHC 9-0 

Merrimack 7-2 

Maine 8-1 

Franklin Pierce 9-0 

Salem St. 8-1 

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1990 University of Lowell Volleyball Team 



Front Row (seated, left to right): Jan Andrusaitis, Marybeth Fleming, Co-captain Susan Martin, Co-captain Christine Leonard, Katie McSwiggin, and Michelle Roy. 
Back Row (standing): Assistant Coach Richard Tidd, Krista Poznick, Lori Hudzik, Head Coach Ann Leonard, Dottie Cook, Jodi Vallante, and Manager Kevin Holbrook. 





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The Women's Volleyball team blazed through its 1990 
schedule winning 35 of 41 matches including two 13-match winning 
streaks. They captured tournament championships at Southern 
Connecticut and St. Michael's and were invited to the ECAC Division 
Two tournament. The season ended with a 3-1 loss to Buffalo State 
in the first round of the ECAC's. At the University of New Haven 
tournament, ULowell defeated Bentley (2-0) for the first time ever and 
placed second to host New Haven after losing in the final, 2-1. Their 
15-12 win in the second game of the New Haven match marked the 
first time the Chiefs won a single game against the Chargers of New 
Haven. 

"This team was much better than any other team I've 
coached here," said Coach Ann Leonard. "We have a nice 
combination of confident older players, and younger players who gave 
us more depth on the bench..." Senior Christine Leonard, junior 
middle blocker/attack Marybeth Fleming and junior setter Michelle 
Roy were named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association All- 
Northeast Region team. Co-captains Christine Leonard and Sue 

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1990-91 University of Lowell Men's Basketball Team 

Front Row (seated, left to right): Mike Mucher, Greg Roderick, Co-captain Steve Lane, Co-captain Pascal Jobin, John Jordan, and James "Juice" Smith. 

Middle Row: Liam Scully, Manager Jim Dolan, Assistant Coach Steve Drescher, Head Coach Stan Van Gundy, Assistant Coach Jeff House, Mike Reed, and Sean Conway. 

Top Row: Tom Moriarty, A.J. Hoff, Rich Perkins, Willie Collins, and Eric Moore. 



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A Frustrating Year 



The Men's Basketball team finished 11-17 overall, placing seventh in the NECC during the 90-91 

season. Ten of Lowell's NECC games were decided in the final minutes or in overtime. They won four of those 
games, and of the six losses, two were by one point, one in overtime, and another by two points. Lowell proved 
it could win big games by sweeping the season series against pre-season favorite New Haven and defending 
league champion New Hampshire College. The Chiefs were a couple big plays away from hosting a play-off 
game instead of traveling to Bridgeport for the quarterfinals, where they lost, 100-84, after leading at halftime. 

Eleven lettermen, including four players who averaged double figures in scoring, are expected to 
return next year. Guard Steve Lane led the Chiefs with 15.8 points per game, 69 three-pointers and 96 assists. 
Forward A.J. Hoff emerged as a potential all-star and averaged 18.3 points and 7.1 rebounds and shooting .539 
from the floor. Center Willlie Collins had a blazing start, but never completely regained his rhythm after missing 
six games in the middle of the season with a broken hand. Despite the injury, Collins finished with 13.1 ppg and 
a team-high 7.9 rebounds per game. Forward Liam Scully, the only returning starter, averaged 10.0 ppg and 4.3 

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Junior guard Mike Reed averaged 7.4 ppg , 3.8 rpg and shot .818 from the free throw line in 21 
games before fracturing his thumb in February. Junior guard Greg Roderick blossomed in Reed's absence 
shooting .650 from the field, .933 from the free throw line, and averaging 10.4 ppg and 4.3 rpg in the last seven 
games. Junior point guard John Jordan was second on the team with 68 assists, and shot .476 from three-point 
territory. Senior co-captain and guard Pascal Jobin started the first six games, but an old knee injury acted up 

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AIC 


95-101 


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Merrimack 


99-81 


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Quinnipiac 


76-86 


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Bentley 


76-69 


W 


Pace 


84-104 


L 


Adelphi 


77-111 


L 


St. Anselm 


81-78 


W 


UMass-Amherst 


57-80 


L 


St. Rose 


81-69 


W 


St. Michael's 


88-97 


L 


East Stroudsburg 


85-108 


L 


Keene St. 


83-72 


W 


Bates 


81-80 


W 


Bridgeport 


74-91 


L 


New Haven 


103-84 


W 


Franklin Pierce 


68-82 


L 


Sacred Heart 


61-62 


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NHC 


100-96 


W 


Southern Conn. 


62-63 


L 


Keene St. 


70-63 


W 


New Haven 


91-87 


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Franklin Pierce 


75-80 


L 


Sacred Heart 


83-89 


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Keene St. 


63-65 


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Southern Conn. 


66-73 


L 


Bridgeport 


81-86 


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73-72 


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84-100 


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1990-91 University of Lowell Women's Basketball Team 

Front Row (seated, left to right): Robyn Wainwright, Terri Ahlstrom, Co-captain Rosalyn Worsley, Co-captain Kendra Lippmann, Cathy Rhuda, and Jennifer Lilly. 

Second Row: Ginger Sanford, Kerry Rodden, Assistant Coach Janet King, Head Coach Kathy O'Neil, Assistant Coach Becky Knox, Jennifer Morrison, and Becky Muldoon. 

Top Row: Manager Marcia Gorman, Darlene Orlando-Ciarcia, Kim Brigham, and Paulette Milne. 




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After losing 8 of their first 12 games, the Women's Basketball team staged a remarkable 
turnaround in the second half of the season and charged to the first 20-win season (22-9) in 
the 16-year history of the program. They won a ULowell basketball record 18 straight 
games, which included their first New England Collegiate Conference regular season and 
tournament titles. The season climaxed with the Chiefs first appearance in the NCAA 
Division Two Tournament. "We simply played as a team," said sixth-year coach Kathy 
O'Neil, who was named the NECC Coach of the Year after directing the Chiefs to a perfect 
14-0 league record. "In the beginning, some players tried to do too much. When everyone 
learned their roles, we became a better team and different people were coming up with big 
games on different nights." 

The Chiefs were the top seed in the NECC tournament after clinching the regular season 
title with a 75-53 win over Keene St. They won their quarterfinal match-up against New 
Haven, 83-58, and hosted the NECC Championship Weekend. Following a 79-56 semifinal 
win over Southern Connecticut, the Chiefs won the tournament championship with an 80-63 
victory over New Hampshire College. The season and winning streak ended with an 82-65 
loss to St. Anselm in the NCAA New England Regionals. This loss was also the end of senior 
guard Rosalyn Worsley's career. The co-captain is the all-time leading scorer with 1,563 
points including 1,017 in the last two seasons when the Chiefs posted a 41-21 record. She 
was selected to the NECC first all-star team for the second straight year and to the ECAC 
North first team after leading the Chiefs with 17.5 points per game, 43 three-pointers, and a 
team record 81 steals this season. 

The Chiefs would not have been so successful with Worsley alone. Juniors Kendra 
Lippmann and Cathy Rhuda and sophomores Jennifer Morrison, Darlene Orlando-Ciarcia 
and Ginger Sanford all stood out during the course of the season. Orlando-Ciarcia, an NECC 
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; ne and passed out 127 assists. Morrison grabbed a team-high 279 
I hounds, two short of the single-season record, and scored 8.5 ppg. 
;l nda was the ultimate role player averaging 8.9 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 2.2 
ijists per game and 1.9 steals per game. She scored double figures 
I en of the last 13 games. Sanford emerged as the shooter of the 
i;jre averaging 9.3 ppg and connecting on a record .438 of her 
ilse-point attempts (35/80). She was tremendous in the NECC 
]]y-offs hitting 17 of 24 shots (.708) including eight of nine three- 
jinters. Freshman Paulette Milne and Robyn Wainwright greatly 
i Droved during the season. Milne, who became the first post player 
(the bench after sophomore center Kim Brigham was lost for the 
f.son after nine games with a knee injury, scored a season-high ten 
Ints in the NECC Championship game and averaged 3.9 ppg and 
\ ' rpg for the year. Wainwright was reliable all season as the 

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AIC 

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Mercy 

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Assumption 

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Stonehill 

Pace 

Adelphi 

Bryant 

Bridgeport 

New Haven 

Franklin Pierce 

Sacred Heart 

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Southern Conn. 

Keene St. 

New Haven 

Franklin Pierce 

Sacred Heart 

Keene St. 

Southern Conn. 

Bridgeport 

NHC 

New Haven 

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77-63 

59-66 

85-83 

57-75 

60-89 

90-82 

64-80 

49-55 

67-78 

62-61 

65-74 

60-62 

87-73 (OT) 

80-67 

77-69 

74-65 

84-70 

60-55 

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Front Row: Mark Richards, Greg Carter, Pascal Labrecque, Mike Erickson, Captain Brendan Flynn, Coach Bill Riley, Steve Ablitt, Don Parsons, Tomi Maarni, and Dwayne Roloson. 
Second Row: Assistant Coach Mike Geragosian, Associate Head Coach Bruce Crowder, Garry Scott, Billy Klinger, Scott Wenham, Shane Henry, Dave Stevens, Dave Gatti, Jim 

Gardiner, Dan O'Connell, Gerry Daley, Dave Pensa, and Assistant Coach Gary Bishop. 
Top Row: Tyler Lovering, Normand Bazin, Scott Meehan, Ian Hebert, Mark Carlson, Tim Smallwood, Travis Tucker, Mike Murray, Keith Carney, Glenn Seabury, Brian Seabury, am 

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Veteran hockey coach Bill Riley has hung up his skates and whistle after a 22-year career as 

the Chiefs mentor. During his tenure as head coach, Riley guided the Chiefs to 363 victories, three NCAA 
Division Two titles, four ECAC Division Two East crowns, nine ECAC tournament berths, four Hockey East 
semi-finals, and was the driving force behind the program's survival and eventual elevation to Division One in 
1983. 

Riley, who announced in 1990 that he would be stepping down at the conclusion of the 1990- 
91 season, gave the fans one last glimpse of the magic that made him one of the nation's most respected 
coaches when he had his Chiefs less than eight minutes away from upsetting the University of Maine in the 
first round of the HOCKEY EAST play-offs. Unfortunately for the Chiefs, the tank ran dry and the heavily 
favored Black Bears rallied for a 5-3 victory effectively ending the 'Riley Era" at ULowell. 

The 1990-91 Chiefs finished the campaign with a 10-23-1 overall record and a 5-15-1 mark 

in Hockey East (seventh place). A young team (only four 
seniors on the roster) that showed signs of improvement 
over the course of the five-month season, the Chiefs 
should have a solid nucleus for new head coach Bruce 
Crowder to build upon next season. "I thought we had 
good leadership and were a complete team. There was a 
lot of camaraderie and the players got along off the ice as 
well as on," commented Riley. "I thought we finished 
strong. We were playing good positional hockey and 
executed well. 

Looking back on his 22-year association with the 
Chiefs' program, Riley said, "It's been a great ride. We 
always enjoyed ourselves. It was fun working for and 
reaching our short and long range goals over the years. 
It was my personal goal to elevate this program to be a 
respectable Division I program. It's been very rewarding." 
Senior captain Brendan Flynn led the team in scoring 
with 39 points on 13 goals and 26 assists. Senior Steve 
Ablitt who missed the last month of the season after 
having an appendectomy, was next in the scoring parade 
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Pensa was the team's leading goal scorer lighting the 

I lamp 16 times during the season. He finished with 22 
points. Junior Don Parsons was the top scoring 
defensemen with 23 points on seven goals and 16 assists. 
Junior Mark Richards and freshman Dwayne Roloson split the goaltending chores during the 
season. Roloson, who was named Hockey East's Rookie of the Week on three occasions, finished the 
season with a 5-9-0 record, a 4.59 goals against average, and a .873 save percentage. Richards compiled a 
5-13-1 record with a 4.75 gaa and .867 save percentage. 

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Concordia 

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Colgate 

Alabama 

St. Lawrence 

Clarkson 

Northeastern 

Providence 

Kent St. 

Northeastern 

Merrimack 

New Hampshire 

Maine 

Maine 

Maine 

BU 

Colgate 

Lake Superior 

BU 

Alaska 

Alaska 

RPI 

Providence 

Merrimack 

Dartmouth 

BU 

BC 

BC 

Yale 

Providence 

New Hampshire 

Northeastern 

BC 

New Hampshire 

Merrimack 

Maine 



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4-6 

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3-6 

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Front Row (seated): Chris Beganski, Rob Holt, Scott Clayman, Co-captain Mark Rebillard, Co-captain Mark Garneau, Ed Doherty, Ricky Wong, and Eric Broadhurst. 
Back Row (standing): Head Coach Dick Kenney, Mark Garipay, Pete McCarron, Neil Sullivan, Brian Nastasi, John Jakubek, Jim Puccio, and Assistant Coach Bob Clark. 



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The Swimming Team finished the 1990-91 season with a 2-5-1 
record and placed 13th in the New England Intercollegiate Swimming 
Association Championships. Their wins came against Keene State and Holy 
Cross. Junior Rob Holt was the Chiefs' top overall point scorer with 109.25. 
He had five first place finishes and seven second place finishes during the 
season. Junior Scott Clayman, voted the team's Most Valuable Swimmer, 
scored 104.25 points on five first place finishes and seven first place relay 
finishes. Junior John Jakubek was the top point scorer in the N.E.I.S.A. 
meet with a tenth place finish in the 100-yard backstroke. He totaled 83.5 
points for the year. Senior tri-captain Mark Rebillard, who was part of 1 1 
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Three Chiefs recorded times which were among the top ten all-time 
at ULowell. Senior tri-captain Mark Garneau's 18:06.27 finish in the 1,650- 
yard free style at the N.E.I.S.A. meet was seventh all-time. Jakubek raced the 
sixth fastest 100-yard backstroke (56.76), the seventh fastest 100-yard 
backstroke (56.92), and the eighth fastest 200-yard backstroke (2:07.26). 
Holt's 2:02.81 finish in the 200-yard individual medley is the seventh all-time. 

One school record was set by the 200 medley relay team of 
sophomore Mark Garipay, Holt, junior Peter McCarron, and Sullivan with a 

1:45.03 in the N.E.I.S.A. Championship finals. 




Opponent 

Keene St. 
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Springfield 
Babson 
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Score 

110-83 

95-131 

89-142 

82-125 

121-107 

117-117 

101-131 

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Front Row (seated, left to right): Dante Varrasso, Tri-captain Bob Milinazzo, Tri-captain Gary Nolan, Tri-captain Jim Kennedy, and Rob Miller. 
Middle Row: Scorekeeper Stephanie Garavanian, Nathan Nicholson, Chris Gagnon, Tim Colomey, Mark Dubois, and Brett Dowling. 

Back Row: Head Coach Marty Lynch, Keith Sullivan, Jim Harrington, Hugh Fitzpatrick, and James Paik. 




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Tri-captains Jim Kennedy, Bob 
Milinazzo, and Gary Nolan were the 
top individual performers for the 
1990-91 Wrestling team, who 
posted a 7-9 dual match record. In 
tournaments, coach Marty Lynch's 
team was second at the Wildcat 
Invitational, fifth at the New 
England Invitational, fourth at the 
Plymouth State Invitational and tied 
for seventh at the NCAA Northeast 
Regional Tournament. 

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Wildcat Invitational and the Plymouth State Invitational, 
finished fourth at the NCAA Northeast Regionals, third 
at the N.E. Invitational and second at 134-pounds at the 
Doug Parker Invitational. He had nine pins during the 
year. Kennedy posted a 20-6 overall record and 
qualified for the second time for the NCAA 
Championships with a second place finish at the 
Northeast Regionals. He was champion for the 150- 
pound class at the New England Invitational and finished 
second at the Doug Parker Invitational. Ten of his wins 
during the year came when he pinned the opponent. 
I Nolan wrestled to a 22-8-1 record at 190-pounds and 
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16-11-2. Mallette's and Nicholson's tournament highlight came at the Wildcat Invitational where they placed third and 

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Wentworth 


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Harvard 


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BU 


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MIT 


27-14 


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31-20 


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Rhode Island 


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Springfield 


12-40 


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WPI 


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21-27 


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Wagner 


25-24 


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1991 University of Lowell Baseball Team 

Front Row (sitting, left to right): Eric Cyr, Dave Moore, Kevin Ahearn, Brian Terio, and Jeff Halko. 

Second Row: Sean Gearin, Dave Battaglia, Tri-captain Steve Lane, Tri-captain Dan Barros, Tri-captain Scott Johnson, Marty Piper, and Ken Delaney. 

Third Row: Assistant Coach Ken Connerty, Steve Talbot, Mike Lane, Brian Hanson, Matt Moran, Peter Feeley, Ryan Buckley, and Head Coach Jim Stone. 

Top Row: Dave Herbert, Clint Reiser, Jim Moulton, Mark Bakke, Rick Anthony, Ken Pires, and Derek Graham. 

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NECC Champions 




Beginning the 1991 season without four projected starters, including two under 

ragic circumstances, one could not blame the Baseball team for possibly having an off 
season. Rather than slowing the Chiefs down, the adversity had an inspiring effect on the 
team's play. The season was dedicated to the memory of David Boutin, the catcher who 
passed away to cancer in 1990. The Chiefs finished 30-12, only the second 30-win season 
in the 16 years of baseball at ULowell. After a 4-4 trip to Florida, they won 25 of their 31 
regular season games in New England, captured the NECC pennant for the third time, and 
earned their sixth berth in the NCAA Division Two Tournament. The Chiefs were eliminated 
by host A. I.C. in the NCAA Northeast Regional finals. 

The Chiefs swept a double header from perennial New England power New 
Haven in two classic extra inning match-ups. Senior tri-captain Scott Johnson pitched a 12- 
inning shutout and senior rightfielder Marty Piper singled home junior third baseman Steve 
Talbot in the bottom of the twelfth for a 1-0 win in game one. Freshman Dave Hebert plated 
Talbot with a single in the bottom of the eighth for a 5-4 victory in game two. After clinching 
the NECC title and an NCAA berth with an 18-1 win over Franklin Pierce, the Chiefs won 
the first NCAA game against Sacred Heart, 12-2. They lost 11-10 and 15-10 slugfests to 
A.I.C. to end the season. Post-season honors were heaped upon the Chiefs including head 
coach Jim Stone, who was selected NECC Coach of the Year and the ABCA All-Northeast 
District Coach of the Year. Junior centerfielder Peter Feeley was a second team Ail- 
American, the NECC Player of the Year, an All-Northeast District first teamer and an ECAC 
Division Two North all-star after hitting a team-high .431 with 14 doubles, six triples, seven 
home runs, 40 runs batted in and 19 stolen bases in 42 games. Hebert (.321, 22 RBI) was 
the NECC Rookie of the Year. 

Senior tri-captain and shortstop Danny Barros hit .323, scored a team-high 46 

runs, and was named to the All-NECC first 
team and the All-Northeast second team. 
Junior tri-captain Steve Lane (.324, 14 SB) 
was All-NECC second team, an ECAC North 
all-star, and All-Northeast first team honoree. 
Sophomore designated hitter Ken Pires (.336, 
7HR, 37 RBI, 11 SB) was All-NECC, All- 
Northeast and an ECAC North first teamer. 

Piper and sophomore catcher 
Mart Moran (.266, 5HR, 29 RBI) were voted 
All-NECC first team and Johnson, who 
finished 8-3 with a 2.24 earned run average 
and ten complete games, was named to the 
second team. Talbot (.351, team high 49 

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Framingham St. 12-7 

Missouri Baptist 0-7 

Missouri Baptist 6-7 

Kean College 11-4 

William Paterson 18-13 

Wilmington College 6-3 

William Paterson 4-14 

UMass-Amherst 14-21 

Assumption 8-1 

Stonehill 4-2 

Boston University 16-8 

Brandeis 0-1 

Merrimack 12-8 

Southern Conn. 5-1 

Southern Conn. 9-5 

Plymouth St. 8-6 

Plymouth St. 13-1 

Salem St. 9-0 

AIC 1-3 

St. Rose 8-5 

Bridgeport 14-1 

Bridgeport 7-2 

Sacred Heart 2-0 

Sacred Heart 8-9 

Quinnipiac 13-8 

UNH 3-2 

UNH 13-4 

New Haven 1-0 

New Haven 5-4 

NHC 7-4 

NHC 12-0 

Bentley 6-7 

Keene St. 6-0 

Keene St. 6-2 

Merrimack 8-7 

Franklin Pierce 18-1 

Franklin Pierce 9-1 

Springfield 4-5 

Bentley 2-5 

Sacred Heart 12-2 

AIC 10-11 

AIC 10-15 

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A loss to Salem State College was the only 
blemish on the Golf team's spring schedule as they 
posted an 8-1 record. Coach Bob Callary's team was 
eighth of 19 teams at the Massachusetts 
Intercollegiate Tournament, third of 1 1 teams at the 
Southeastern Massachusetts Invitational, and fourth of 
seven teams at the Salem State Invitational. 

Senior Jason Gurney was the sweetest swinger 
during the spring season with an average of 82.3 in 
eight rounds. He was low medalist with a 77 against 
Nichols and a 76 against Salem State and Bentley 
and fired a 75 at the Salem State Invite, the lowest 

round on the team for the 
spring season. Junior Craig 
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Chiefs with a 79 against M.I.T. 
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against Salem State and 
Bentley. Junior captain Keith 
Stone opened the spring with a 
76 against Suffolk and a 78 
against Nichols and finished the 
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Nichols 

WPI 

St. Anselm 

Salem St. 

Bentley 

MIT 

Bentley 

Babson 



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403-438 
420-438 
329-315 
329-335 
430-451 
330-335 
330-349 



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1991 University of Lowell Softball Team 

Front Row (kneeling, left to right): Co-captain Mary Williamson, Lynn Malatesta, Lisa Gallagher, Jeanne Muise, and Sharon Stagliola. 

Back Row (standing): Assistant Coach Vicki Ware, Joanne McNamara, Sharon Emmett, Lynn Dadekian, Stephanie O'Sullivan, Janine Davey, Co-captain Maureen Casey, and! 

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Despite the loss of three key players who decided against 
playing in 1991 and then losing another starter four games into the year, 
the Chiefs had a quick 6-2 start including 

■ four straight wins in the New England 
_jgj^ Collegiate Conference. Eventually, all the 

" 4£ ■IB changes took its toll on coach Beverly 

8| Agrella's team. The Chiefs finished with a 9- 
3 23 record. 

The pitching staff, particularly 
A freshman right-hander Joanne McNamara, 
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f during the year. McNamara posted a 7-14 
record with a 3.46 earned run average and 

■ walked only 37 batters in 129.2 innings. 
She hurled three shutouts during the spring 
and allowed only one earned run in her final 
29 innings. The pitching staff posted a 3.81 
era. 

The offense hit .234, scored 72 
runs (2.25 per game), and batted in 58 runs 
in 32 games this spring. Their on-base 
percentage was .308 and they slugged .283 
with 220 total bases (148 singles, 30 
doubles, four triples). Senior co-captain 
Maureen Casey led the team with a .299 
average and 13 runs batted in. Junior 
Sharon Stagliola enjoyed a productive season 
at the top of the Chiefs' batting order hitting 
.295 with 13 runs scored, 15 walks, and a 
.415 on-base percentage. Her six doubles 
and .364 slugging percentage tied for the 
team lead with junior second baseman Lynn 
Dadekian. Junior Lisa Gallagher tied a single 
season record stealing 12 bases in 17 
attempts. Freshman Janine Davey hit .221 
with 1 1 rbi and was named to the All-New 

Maureen Casey "H England Collegiate Conference second team. 



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Holy Cross 1-0 W 

Boston University 0-2 L 

Franklin Pierce 5-3 W 

Franklin Pierce 1-0 W 

St. Anselm 4-5 L 

St. Anselm 7-4 W 

Southern Conn. 7-6 W 

Southern Conn. 7-4 W 

Sacred Heart 0-10 L 

Sacred Heart 4-7 L 

Keene St. 0-8 L 

Keene St. 1-7 L 

Merrimack 0-8 L 

Merrimack 2-1 W 

New Haven 0-15 L 

New Haven 1-13 L 

New Hampshire 1-2 L 

New Hampshire 0-4 L 

AIC 1-8 L 

AIC 3-10 L 

Bridgeport 2-11 L 

Bridgeport 4-12 L 

Bentley 2-6 L 

Bentley 5-6 L 

Springfield 0-10 L 

Springfield 0-2 L 

Assumption 1-4 L 

Assumption 1-7 L 

Stonehill 5-0 W 

Stonehill 6-1 W 

Harvard 0-1 L 

Harvard 1-3 L 
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The Chiefs flirted with a .500 record all 
season before losing the final match of the year to 
Worcester Polytech and finishing with a 5-7 mark. 
Coach Tom Chew's team was second of five teams 
at the New England Collegiate Conference 
Championships and tied for 17th of 26 at the New 
England Championships. It was a season of big 
improvement after last year's squad was 2-11 and 
fourth at the NECC Championships. 

Junior Sridhar Kalluri was the top singles 
winner with a 7-6 record. Senior captain Ken 
Gould, sophomore Andy Granger, and junior Sean 
Todd each posted six wins. The doubles duo of 
junior Sean Todd and freshman Brian Hailey had 
the best doubles record at 9-7 and gave the Chiefs a 
5-4 win over Division One New Hampshire by 
winning the third doubles match. Granger and 
Kalluri posted four wins, as did the Gould and 
Granger team. 





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Salem St. 

NHC 

St. Anselm 

Franklin Pierce 

New Hampshire 

Northeastern 

Assumption 

Plymouth St. 

Babson 

Merrimack 

Bentley 

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6-3 
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5-4 
1-8 
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1991 University of Lowell Men's Track and Field Team 
Front Row (kneeling, left to right): John Doherty, Don Robbins, Jeff Strasnick, Gary Neal, Tri-captain Mike Chamberas, Tri-captain David Cremin, Craig Hosterman, Dan 

Shanahan, Eric O'Leary, and Mike Toomey. 
Back Row: Assistant Coach Ken Sciacca, Assistant Coach Leo Kashian, Neil Roche, Rob Blume, Bill Moore, Tom Allison, Sean Hamblett, Joe Donovan, Jerry Bailey, Scott 

Bridges, Assistant Coach Scott Hayward, and Head Coach George Davis. 

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The Men's Track Team made an impression at various 
regional meets as 11 Chiefs earned All-Eastern League, All- 
EC AC and All-New England status during the winter season. 
Senior tri-captain Mike Chamberas, after missing the entire 
cross country season with an injury, was All-Eastern League in 
the 1,500 meters and Distance Medley Relay, All-EC AC in the 
3,00 meters, and All-New England in the 5,000 meters. He 
qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 5,000 meters 
and missed All-American honors by one place after finishing 
seventh. Sophomore John Doherty and junior Dave Cremin 
also ran the 5,000 meters at the NCAA meet and crossed the 
finish line eighth and eleventh, respectively. 

Freshman Craig Hosterman and junior Joe Donovan were 
ECAC Champions in the 55-meter hurdles and 800-meters, 
respectively. Donovan anchored the first-place 4x800 meter 
relay team at the ECAC's including sophomore Jerry Bailey, 
freshmen Gary Neal, and Mike Toomey. Donovan, senior tri- 
captain Bill Bradbury, Doherty, and Chamberas won the 
Eastern League Distance Medley Relay. 

Other All-Eastern Leaguers included Bradbury (55-meter 
hurdles), sophomore Jerry Bailey(l,500 meters) and Donovan 
(800-meters). Earning All-ECAC honors were Bradbury (55- 
meter hurdles), freshman Don Robbins (long jump), Doherty 
(3,000-meters), senior Terence White (1,000-meters), Bailey 
(1,500-meters), and junior Rob Blume (shot put). 

Mike Chamberas' All- 
American effort in the 
10,000 meters at the 
NCAA Division Two 
Championship highlighted 
the outdoor season. 
Chamberas finished 
seventh to earn All- 
American honors. The 
team highlight was a third 
place finish at the ECAC 
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■ Championships. The 
Chiefs had 16 All-ECAC 
performances including 
four individuals and a relay 
team who won their events 
during the spring season. 
The ECAC Champions 
were: Dave Cremin in the 
5,000 meters, Joe 
Donovan in the 800 
meters, Mike Toomey in 
the steeplechase, Doherty 
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Bradbury, Hosterman, 
Robbins, and sophomore 
Jeff Strasnick. Cremin 's 
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Donovan's 1:52.9 clocking 
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1991 University of Lowell Women's Track and Field Team 



Front Row (kneeling, left to right): Laurie Ferreira, Christine Higgins, Co-captain Martha Flynn, Co-captain Cheryle Dalton, Tracy Maher, and Michelle Drury. 
Back row (standing): Assistant Coach Ken Sciacca, Assistant Coach Leo Kashian, Karla DiNoto, Teresa Willis, Sarah Dundon, Cindy Crowe, Donna Boucher, Assistant Coach 

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The Women's Track team continued to make 
strides in the region with four All-ECAC 
performances and two All-New England efforts 
during the indoor season. Senior co-captain 

heryle Dalton earned All-ECAC honors with an 
18-1 long jump for third place and a 7.42 second 
55-meter dash for fifth place. She was also All-New 
England in the long jump finishing third with a 18-8 
eap, which qualified her for the NCAA 
Championships. Sophomore Maureen Madigan 
oined Dalton as an All-ECAC honoree with a fifth 
Dlace in the 300-meters. Dalton and Madigan 
earned with freshman Sarah Dundon and junior 
Teresa Willis for an All-ECAC, third place finish in 
:he 4x2 2 0-yard relay. Junior Tracy Maher was All- 
Mew England in the 3000-meters. 

Cheryle Dalton's consistent excellence in the 
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The second annual Chiefs' Excellence Banquet was held in May to honor the student- 
athletes, coaches and athletic staff members at the University. Awards were presented to an individual 
on each team who made significant contributions to the team while maintaining a minimum fall term 
or cumulative GPA of 2.5. In addition, the Lester H. Cushing awards were presented to the 
outstanding male and female athletes at ULowell. 

For the second consecutive year Rosalyn Worsley, a senior on the women's basketball team 
was named the female recipient of the Cushing award. Worsley was only the second woman to 
receive the award twice. Worsley owns 20 individual records, including 18 she set, tied or extended 
during the 90-91 season. She is first on the all-time lists for points (1,563), games played (114), field 
goals made (553), free throws made (380), free-throw percentage (.788), three-point percentage 
(.348) and steals (199). "Take a look at what the program has done since Rosalyn came here and 
that's a good indication of the type of player she is," Coach Kathy O'Neil said. "We've played in two 
big post-season tournaments the last two years and had three straight winning seasons where she's 
been our leading scorer. Her stats speak for themselves." 

Steve Lane, a two-sport standout for the Chiefs, was named the male recipient of the 
Cushing award in 1991. Lane was co-captain and started at guard for the men's basketball team. He 
led the team in scoring, three pointers, assists and steals and was among the NECC's top 10 in five 
categories. "Steve is an excellent pick for the award because he helps a team as much with his 
leadership qualities as he does with his play," said head basketball coach Stan Van Gundy. In baseball, 
Lane was a tri-captain and second baseman for the Chiefs, who won the NECC Championship and 
made their first NCAA Tournament since 1988. Batting leadoff, he finished fifth on the team with a 
324 average. An NECC and ABCA Northeast Region all-star, Lane has a .351 career average in 79 
games and is second on the all-time stolen base list with 49. 

The first David J. Boutin Award was presented to swimmer Mark Garneau. The award was 
established by the athletic department in memory of David Boutin, a catcher for three years on the 
baseball team. The award, which will be given annually, will recognize one student-athlete who has 
made significant contributions to the school and the Greater Lowell community beyond those 

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Just for to-day I will try to live through this day 
only, and not tackle my whole life problem at 
once. I can do something for twelve hours 
that would appall me if I had to keep it up for 
a lifetime. 

Just for to-day I will be happy. This assumes 
to be true what Abraham Lincoln said, that 
'Most folks are as happy as they make up their 
minds to be." 

Just for to-day I will adjust myself to what is, 
and not try to adjust everything to my own 
desires. I will take my "luck" as it comes and 
fit myself to it. 

Just for to-day I will try to strengthen my mind. 
I will study. I will learn something useful. I will 
not be a mental loafer. I will read something 
that requires effort, thought and concentration. 
Just for to-day I will exercise my soul in three 
ways; I will do somebody a good turn, and not 
get found out; if anybody knows of it, it will 
not count. I will do at least two things I don't 
want to do — just for exercise. I will not show 
anyone that my feelings are hurt; they may be 
hurt, but to-day I will not show it. 
Just for to-day I will be agreeable. I will look 
as well as I can, dress becomingly, talk low, act 
courteously, criticize not one bit, not find fault 
with anything, and try not to improve or 
regulate anyone but myself. 
Just for to-day I will have a program, I may not 
follow it exactly, but I will have it. I will save 
myself from two pests; hurry and indecision. 
Just for to-day I will have a quiet half hour all 
by myself, and relax. During this half hour, 
sometime, I will try to get a better perspective 
of my life. 

Just for to-day I will be unafraid. Especially I 
will not be afraid to enjoy what is beautiful, and 
to believe that as I give to the world, so the 
world will give to me. 

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Jennifer Beaumont 1968-1990 

She was with us for a little while to share the joys and tears and 
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In 1990, the University of Lowell community lost a dear and valued member, David Boutin, a former catcher for the 
JLowell baseball team died after a courageous six month battle with cancer. David's brother Michael told this story during 
ne funeral service for David. "Several years back, David got a job working at a local fast food restaurant. After closing, 
)avid would fill a bag with leftover hamburgers, take them to the low income neighborhoods in Lowell, and distribute them to 
le kids. I found out what he was doing and told him that I thought hanging out around that neighborhood late at night was 
angerous. He simply laughed and said, 'they're hungry', and kept right on delivering hamburgers. That was David." 

David had the chance to meet his baseball hero Jose Canseco. Shortly after being introduced to Canseco, David 
sked him if he would sign autographs for him to take back to a group of neighborhood kids. Canseco was visibly touched 
/hen he realized that David, despite being confined to a wheelchair and suffering from cancer treatments, was concerned 

lore about the kids than himself. David's generosity and courage will have lasting impact on those lives he touched. 



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The Phideus J. Woopie2 teams 
were named All-Campus Champions in all 
three divisions, men's, women's and co- 
rec. Mark Davis and Caryn Budd were 
named Intramural Athletes of the Year for 
accumulating the largest number of points 
through participation and success in 
intramural activities throughout the year. 




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These are some of 
the buildings that 
many of us spent 
our careers here at 
U-Lowell mindlessly 
plodding in and out 
of. Maybe you can 
recognize a few of 
them. 

Here are some 
hints: 

New North 
Southwick Hall 
Alumni Library 

Fox Hall 

Cumnock hall 

Wannalancit 

Olney Hall 

Olsen Hall 

Weed Hall 

Ball Hall 

Bourgeois Hall 

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1991 CLASS 
OFFICERS 



Front: Joyce Trembla, Kristen 
Amman 

Back: James Teague - pres, 
Mike Cournoyer - vice 
pres., Ron (trying 
desperatley to get in the 
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STUDENT 
ATHLETIC 
TRAINERS CLUB 

The club is responsible for 
promoting sportsmedicine services 
to all varsity athletes and teams. 
Through participation, members 
prepare for the national athletic 
trainers association certification 
exam. 

Front row (l-r):Artie Poitras, 
Charlie Rozanski, Gay Anderson, 
Second row (1-r): Becky Selzer, 
Mike Carpenter, Kris Costello- 
president, Steve Lilly, Teresa 
Young, Jen Porter, Kate 
Courtemanche, Paula McColgan, 
Mary Beth Gosselin, Back row(l-r): 
Wendy Livingston, Beth Shea- 
vice president, Chris Stanton, 
Jason Powell- secretary, David 
Berry- treasurer, Todd Fasano, 
Jen Beland, Lyn coutu, Lauren 
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AUTOMOTIVE 
ENGINEERING 
CLUB 



We design, build, and 
compete yearly with off-road all- 
terrain (including water) vehicles 
nationally. 

Officers: 

Joe Linguata - 

President 
Richard McLaughlin - 

Vice President 
Peter Strickler - 

Secretary 
Edward Locke - 

Treasurer 




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MARCHING 
BAND 

Under the direction of Dan 
Lutz, the Marching Chiefs 
perform at competitions, parades 
and half-time shows. Each year 
new music is drawn from the 
classics, jazz, rock and popular 
idioms with original drills and 
music specially arranged for the 
band. 

The color guard section, also 
open to all students in the 
University, completes the visual 
presentation of the band's 
program. The Marching Band 
has been, and continues to be a 
rewarding experience for mem- 
bers, as well as a credit to the 
school in its role as an Ambassador 
for the University. 

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UNIVERSITY 

BIBLE 
FELLOWSHIP 

We are Christian students 
who are interested in the 
teaching of the Bible. Our 
activities range in nature from 
fellowship & Bible study to 
hiking and camping trips. 

Officers: 

Daniel Airey - 
President 
Holly Durrett - 

Vice president 
Lisa Lavalle - 
Tresurer 
Steve Shangraw - 
Secretary 



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Christian Fellowship is a place for 
believers to join together for 
fellowship, Bible study and various 
social activities. 

Officers: 

Bill Henderson - 

Acting president 
John Hardy - 

Secretary 
Joe Zadonisi - 

Treasurer 



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CHI EPSILON 

We are the U-Lowell chapter 
of Chi Epsilon, the National Civil 
Engineering Honor Society. We 
provide tutoring and other services 
to the Civil Engineering depart- 
ment and help to promote the 
profession. 



Officers: 

Kevin J. Wynn - 

President 
Daniel Howell - 

Vice-President 
Adam Samuel and 
Steve McElligott - 

Co-Secretaries 
Patrick McNabb - 

Treasurer 



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CHINESE 

STUDENT 

CIRCLE 

Our club renders help to 
all students and to promote 
understanding and friendship 
among its members and the 
University of Lowell commu 
nity, as well as promoting 
Chinese culture. 

Officers: 

Jimmy Goon - 
President 
Sunny Leung - 

Vice President 
Michelle Ling - 

Secretary 
Sandy Cheung - 

Treasurer 
Chris Chan and C. T. Ma 
Activities 




CLINICAL LAB 
SCEINCE CLUB 



CLS is active in promoting 
medical technology with the 
College of Health. The club also 
holds fund raisers to provide 
money for the Christmas and 
spring banquets. 

OFFICERS: 

Michele (Regs) McGrath - 

President 
Chris Vendetti 
Beth Livingstone 
Illidia Vasconodos 



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We perform throughout the 
year at various functions including 
spring carnival. 




CONNECTOR 

We are the people who slave 
till ungodly hours in the morning 
in an effort to bring you the best 
newspaper in the entire universe. 
We are also the demented ones 
who think up the topics for the 
now infamous DisConnector. 
Exercise your first amendment 
rights, join our staff. 



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CULTURAL 

PLURALISTS 



A group of students from 
various ethnic backgrounds 
learning how to fight racism and 
prejudice in an effort to live more 
fulfilling lives. 

Officers: 

Richard Peck - 

President. 
Carlos Hinton - 

Vice President 
Vikram Sriram - 

Secretary 
Nicole Gray - 

Treasurer 




Our purpose is to allow students 
to participate in a riding program 
while in school, allowing for limited 
time and money. 



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TAU -National 
Nursing Honor 
Society 

Front Row: 

Pamela Desilets, Gayle Keene RN 

Karen Gearey, Jane Lothridge 

Melanie Lambert 
Second Row: John Ryan, 

Susy Lessard, 
Third Row: Martha White, 

Ann Ouellette, Mary Lou 

Leonhard 
Back Row: Judy Howard, Jayne 

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Student 

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INTERNATIONAL 
RELATIONS CLUB 

The purpose of the club is to provide 
students with the opportunity to compete 
in simulations of international governmen- 
tal organizations, such as the United Na- 
tions, the League of Arab States, and the 
International Court of Justice. Club mem- 
bers research not only the countries they 
will represent, but specific committee top- 
ics as well. The 1991 team was the top 
school from New England, and the top 
public school in the nation at the Harvard 
National Model United Nations, winning 
three Outstanding Delegate awards, and 
four honorable mentions. The club also 
received five individual awards and the 
second place title at the National Model 
League of Arab States, as well as three 
committee chair seats at the National Model 
United Nations. 
Officers: 

David Grinblatas - Pres 
Lena Robinson - Vice President 
Susan Sullivan - Secretary 
Christine Straub - Treasurer 
Joseph Buckley - Parlimentarian 
Prof. Dean Bergeron - Advisor 







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LATIN 

AMERICAN 

STUDENTS 

ASSOCIATION 

The LASA is dedicated to promote a better 
understanding of the Latin American cul- 
tures by sponsoring cultural and social 
events and by participating in activities 
inside and outside the University. We also 
provide support for International Latin 
American students as well as Hispanic- 
American students and encourage them to 
participate together in the socio-cultural 
life of U-Lowell. 

Officers: 

Maria Gabriela Guardia - 

President 
Marcos Chavez - 

Vice President 
Mayella Abudoj - 

Secretary 
Malinka Morales - 

Tresurer 



MARKETING 
CLUB 

Collegiate chapter of the 
American Marketing Association. 

Officers: 

Kevin Donnelly - 

President 
Brendon O'Neil - 

Exec. Vice President 
Sheri Forget - 

VP Career & Planning 
Barbara Green - 

VP Membership 
Kristen Windle - 

VP Advertising 
Lynn Shamon - 

VP Communications 
Dome Morine - 

VP Programs 
Erin Tyler - 

VP Finance 
Mike Mazzel - 

Asst. Director of Programs 
Angela Loiacono - 

Asst Director of Advertising 



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MIS -SOCIETY 

This clubs purpose is to inform 
students on events and topics 
surrounding the Management In- 
formation System world. 

Officers: 

Tony Pentimalli - 

President 
Partick Carroll - 

Vice President 
Pam Easingwood - 
Secretary /Treasurer 



MOVIE 
DIVISION 

The purpose of this club is 
to help relieve students' stress 
through relaxing with a good 
movie, to laugh, cry, yell, get daily 
tensions out and procrastinate 
studying for exams. 



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NATIONAL 
SOCIETY OF 

BLACK 
ENGINEERS 

NSBE'S main objectives are to 
recruit, retain and successfully 
graduate minorities in engineering 
and the physical sciences. We also 
encourage members to seek ad- 
vanced degrees in engineering or 
related fields and to obtain profes- 
sional engineering registration. 



Officers: 

Mustafa Yusuf- 

President 
Myriam Batista- 
Vice President 
Evings Pierre- 
Treasurer 
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A local organization of 
persons having a common 
interest, "The advancement of 
science and engineering relating 
to nuclear energy, and of allied 
sciences and arts. " 

Officers: 

Stephanie Mercier - 

President 
Richard Hubbard - 

Co-Vice President 
Kristen Schwab (not pictured see pg.242 y 

Co-Vice President 
Bilal Bhutta - 

Secretary 
Noel Donnelly - 
Treasurer 



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NURSING 

ASSOCIATION 



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closeness between nursing classes 
by allowing nursing students to meet 
together outside of the academic 
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The purpose of this club is to 
afford students in Physical Therapy 
the opportunity to expand on ar- 
eas of interest. We have had guest 
speakers on various topics. We 
also hold an annual walk-a-thon 
for a particular charity decided on 
by the members. Along with these 
activities we hold numerous social 
gatherings where both members 
and non-members can meet and 
enjoy a good time with good friends. 



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SOCIETY OF 
PHYSICS 
STUDENTS 

To organize physics students 
in hopes of furthering our un- 
derstanding of the field through 
the interaction of different 
minds. 

Officers: 

Robert Tremblay - 

President 
Scott Payerre - 

Vice President 
Sue Quinn - 

Treasurer 
Tina Lanier - 

Secretary 



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The players offer those students 
interested in theater an opportunity 
to participate in all phases of the 
production of live plays. Productions 
are held each semester and have 
included, in addition to the annual 
Halloween Haunted House, Our 
Town, The Importance of Being 
Earnest and You Can't Take it With 
You. This years spring production 
was The Philadelphia Story. 

OFFICERS: 

Kelly Cregg - 

President 
Janet Goyette - 

Vice President 
Steven Glenfield - 

Treasurer 
Kate Gillespie - 

Secretary 



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RETURNING 
STUDENTS 
ASSOCIATION 

The RSA serves as a network 
for full and part-time re- 
entry students. A welcoming 
and supportive atmosphere at 
our meetings, workshops, and 
open-house events helps ease 
the transition for returning 
adult learners. 



Front Row (L-R): Dr. Christine 
Oatis - advisor, Suzanne Gamache 
- pres, Jessica Hayes, Gwen 
Krokar, Antonella Cody - treas, 
Alyce Lytle 

Back Row (L-R): Paul Benoit, 
Tony Hedge, Mark Donovan - vice 
pres, Elaine Campbell, Rev. 
Imogene Stulken - advisor, Carol 
Boughner - secretary (not pictured) 






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have an interest in learning and 
participating in the study of man- 
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Officers: Al Cestrone - president, 
Mark Chagnon - vice-president, 
Sandelia Rizzo - treasurer, Angela 
Delmonte - secretary 



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MANUFACTURING 
ENGINEERS 



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STATEGIC 

MANAGEMENT 
CLUB 
We are a group of students 
who are dedicated to the 
use of strategic decision 
making in every aspect of 
the business environment. 
Following a strict course of 
study set fourth by Dr. 
Curtis we gained invaluable 
knowledge in this field 

Officers: Dr. Ellen Curtis - 
faculty advisor, Vin 
Lanning - pres, Joel Sapp- 
vice - pres, Brian Warren - 
sec, Connie - treas and 
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all members of the U-Lowell 
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Sue Sullivan 
Debi Fredette 
Suzanne Gamache 



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Patricia Abisi 

Psychology 





John G. Abizaid 
Criminal Justice 





Steven A. Ablitt 

Management Information Systems 





Darren W. Abrams 

Music Performance Sound Rec. 
Tech. 





Jacklin A. Adams 

Plastics Engineering 




Diana L. Agostino 

Accounting 



Andrea T. Ahern 

Management 



Janice M. Akins 

Sociology 



Julie Albanese 

English 



Gabriel Alexopoulos 

Mechanical Engineering 




Kathleen M. Allen 

Civil Engineering 




Nancy A. Antos 

Criminal Justice 




Fuad Tahsin Ashour 
Industrial Technology 




Mario Fernandes Alves 

Criminal Justice 




Jeffrey M. Archambault 

Mechanical Engineering 




Joan L. Ashworth 

Chemical Engineering 




Kristen Lynn Amman 

Health Education 




Michele D. Archambault 

Criminal Justice 




Maziar D. F. Askari 

Electrical Engineering 




Scott D. Anderson 

Chemical Engineering 




Andrea M. Ardito 

Art 




Ara H. Avakian 

Marketing 




Erin Stacey Avallone 
Management 



Seniors 199 





Gina Marie Avila 

Health Education 




Anmarie Badger 

Chemical Engineering 





Mark A. Awad 

Management Information Systems 




Anthony George Balamotis 

Meteorology 





Leanne M. Babine 

Psychology 




Louis A. Balboni III 

Management 






Paul J. Moynihai 




Matthew Balestrieri 

Health Education 



Kristen K. Bandle 

Mechanical Engineering 



Ton Bao-Quynh 

Operations Management 



Richard C. Barbieri Jr. 

Accounting 



Douglas P. Barker 

Political Science 




Kathylyn Tibbetts Barnhill 

Physical Therapy 




Maureen C Beattie 
Psychology 




Joseph L. Barone 

Management 




Kenneth R. Beaudoin 

Mechanical Engineering 




Cathy-Jo Bastien 

English 




Diane E. Beaumont 

Psychology 




Robert C. Beagan 

Computer Science 




Kenneth P. Beausoleil 

English 




Emily A. Beaton 
Psychology 



200 Seniors 









Raymond L. Bedard 

Music Education 



Sandeep Bedi 

Accounting 



Terrence D. Belluche 

Political Science 



Marc William Bennett 

Meteorology 



Margaret A. Bennett 
Psychology 








Robert J. Berger 

Industrial Technology 



Carolyn J. Bernier 

Accounting 



Jeffrey M. Bernier 
Psychology 



Dorian Bertram 

Political Science 



Muhammad Bilal A. Bhutta 

Nuclear Engineering 




Laurie B. Bigelow 

Accounting 




James M. Bing 

Electrical Engineering 





Susan Christine Bigwood 

Sociology 




Mary-Louise. Bingham 

Music Education 





Suzanne P. Biron 

Electrical Engineering 



Steven P. Bistany 

Plastics Engineering 



Jim Lavalee 



Seniors 201 



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Amy Blanchette 
Psychology 




Joseph Bohenko 

Health Education 





Gary P. Blaney 

Mechanical Engineering 




Jennifer E. Boucher 

Marketing 





Daniel David Block 

Criminal Justice 




Chantal Elise Boudreau 

Music Education 





David A. Bloom 

Mechanical Engineering 




Kimberly A. Boudreau 

Plastics Engineering 





Carlos G. Bodden 

Electrical Engineering 




Michelle L. Box 

Accounting 




Scott A. Bradley 

Management 



Anthony A. Braga 

Criminal Justice 



Donna Braga 

Finance 



Robert W. Braga 

Mechanical Engineering 



Elizabeth Anne Bratter 

Health Education 




Nancy A. Breen 

Industrial Technology 





Sean J. Brice 

Civil Engineering 





Christine Marie Brochu 

Physical Therapy 





Patrick J. Brooks 

Accounting 





Eric J. Brown 

Finance 




Joyce B. Browning 

Accounting 



Wendy Anne Hill Bruno 

Chemistry 



Denise Marie Bryer 

Physical Therapy 



Alisa Helene A Bucchiere 

Music Performance 



Robert S. Bucey 

Mechanical Engineering 



202 Seniors 








Ann Marie Burgos 

Physical Therapy 



Christopher P. Burke 

Computer Science 



Willie B Burks III 

Management 



Patricia A. Burrows 

Management 



Gary J. Byrne 
Finance 








Ermita Cadet 

Sociology 



Gina Caiazzo 

Music Education, Psychology 



Vincent Calio 

Electrical Engineering 



Anna Maria Camara 

Marketing 



Dorothy A. Cameron 

Psychology 




aren Margaret Cameron 

usic Performance Bus. Option 




Charles Jian Ping Cao 

Computer Science 





Brian Campbell 

Electrical Engineering 




Nicole A. Caraviello 

Chemical Engineering 





Pamela T. Campbell 

Management 




Kimberly A. Carbone 

Accounting 





Denise Adeline Campia 

Physical Therapy 




Carlene Carrabino 

Psychology 





Charles M. Carroll Jr. 

Accounting 



Patrick J. Carroll 

Management Information Systems 



Dawn Marie Cavan 

Criminal Justice 



Lisa Marie Cecchini 

Psychology 



Albert S. Cestrone 

Management Information Systems 



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Mark D. Chagnon 

Management Information Systems 




Paul J. Chandonnet 

Electrical Engineering 





Jihad A. Chahine 

Mechanical Engineering 




Christopher Chapman 

Management 





Michelle Gail Chandonne 

English 




Michelle M. Chapman 

Psychology 




Margaret Carol Chappuis 

Physical Therapy 



Sherley Charles 

Health Education 



Nadeem Ghafoor Chaudhry 

Computer Science 



Mark A. Chaves 

Electrical Engineering 



Laurianne Chiango 

Finance 




Scott A. Chmura 

Physical Therapy 




Danny Narong Chum 
Accounting 




Pui Han Choi 

Finance 




Christopher N. Churchill 

Electrical Engineering 




Rich Smith 



204 Seniors 




Joseph Ciaccio 

Industrial Technology 




Jonathan E. Cole 

English Literature 




Steven Michael Constas 

Criminal Justice 




Michael P. Coombs 

Finance 





Janet Clark 

Chemical Engineering 




Ivonne Colon 

Marketing 




Scott Anthony Cook 

Criminal Justice 




Patricia E. Coppola 

Accounting 





Philip H. Clarke 

Marketing 




David Comeau 

Mechanical Engineering 





Sarah M. Close 

Physical Therapy 



Antonella Cody 
Psychology 





Loucas E. Comitas 

Electrical Engineering 



Michael J. Considine 

Management Information Systems 




John Albert Corneau 

Criminal Justice 



James Alexander Cos 

Political Science 



Rich Smith 



Seniors 205 



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Gregory James Costa 

Criminal Justice 



Kristine E. Costello 

Health Education 



Michael F. Cote 

Management Information Systems 



Jeffrey R. Cotran 

Marketing 



Brenda L. Coughlin 

Psychology 





Tracey A. Courcy 

Math Applied Option 





Michael Cournoyer 

Health Education 





Donna P. Courtois 

Music Performance Bus. Option 





Brian Joseph Couture 

Plastics Engineering 





Juliette L. Couture 

Psychology 




Patricia A. Coviello 

Management 



Daniel Cox 

Math 



Laurie A. Crocker 

Psychology 



Maureen C. Crosby 

Physical Therapy 



Janie Lyn Cunningham 

Physical Therapy 




Nancy D. Cutter 

Plastics Engineering 




Christine Danas 

Psychology 




David W. Dahn 

Accounting 




Mai-Han Dang 

Management Information Systems 




Pamela Joyce Dailey 
Psychology 




Kevin M. Davis 

Finance 




Colleen M. Daley 

Management Information Systems 




Sandra J. Davis 

Electrical Engineering 




Cheryle A. Dalton 

Marketing 




Frances Marie Day 

Finance 



206 Seniors 




Claude Daye 

Electrical Engineering 





Thomas E. Dean 

Electrical Engineering 





Jennifer C. Deangelis 

Music Performance Bus. Option 





Daniel J. Debassio III 

Civil Engineering 





Ravi Deecee 

Marketing 



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Industrial Technology 



Douglas A. Delaney 

Civil Engineering 



Victor J. Dellovo 

Electrical Engineering 



Kevin Delorey 

Health Education 



Carmela M. Desantis 

Political Science 




Pamela S. Desilets 

Nursing 




Michael J. Deverix 

Civil Engineering 





Anthony Desimone 

Electrical Engineering 





Lisa M. DiBella 

Management 





Irene R. Desmarais 

French 




Judith Dickerman-Nelson 

English 





Timothy J. Desmond 

Criminal Justice 




Michael James Dickinson 

Meteorology 





David W. Dinitto 

Finance 



Frank B. Dinsmore III 

Management 



Doan Dinh Do 

Computer Science 



Deborah A. Doherty 

Management Information Systems 



Edward Doherty 

Electrical Engineering 



Seniors 207 




Kevin J. Doherty 

Electrical Engineering 




Holly A. Durette 

Math 




Patricia Earley 

Criminal Justice 




John Edwards 

Electrical Engineering 




Frederick J. Doucette Jr. 

Mechanical Engineering 




Susan Elaine Drolet 

Criminal Justice 




James A. Dynan 

Finance 




Pamela J. Easingwood 

Management Information Systems 




Melanie Elie 

Finance 





Maureen H. Dowe 

Accounting 



Karen A. Dowgos 

Management 





Elizabeth Dudley 

Psychology 



Alan J. Dugas 

Electrical Engineering 



Paul J. Moynihan 




Kerry Noelle Driscoll 

Nursing 




Scott A. Dumford 

Electrical Engineering 



208 Seniors 









John D. Enman 

Industrial Technology 



Michelle A. Ethier 

Psychology 



June Brunkow Evans 

American Studies 



Katherine A. Evlog 

Psychology 



Thomas F. Faber 

Civil Engineering 








Mary Jo Fabiano 

Management 



Diane M. Fanciullo 

Finance 



Paul Silva Faria 

Physical Therapy 



Lisa C. Farren 

Physical Therapy 



Stacy Elizabeth Farris 

Accounting 




Kyle L. Favreau 

Management 




Joseph Fiore 

Accounting 





Hope E. Fenlon 

Nursing 




Martha A. Flynn 

Sociology 





Tracy L. Ferance 

Criminal Justice 




Robert E. Flynn 

Industrial Technology 





Roberta Ferro 

Physical Therapy 




Michael J. Foley 

Electrical Engineering 





Steven S. Foley 

Plastics Engineering 



Gregory E. Foss 

Industrial Technology 



Lynn I. Foster 

Physics 



Thomas J. Foster 

Mechanical Engineering 



David R. Fournier 

Electrical Engineering 



Seniors 209 





Timothy J. Francis 

Political Science 




Stacy Lyn Froebel 

Management 





Deborah Lee Fredette 

Psychology 




Joel M. Gabbert 

American Studies 





Thomas M. Fregeau 

Civil Engineering 




Brian R. Gadbois 

Electrical Engineering 




Jodi A. Gagnon 

.Criminal Justice 



George S. Galaitsis 

Mechanical Engineering 



Adrienne A. Galbraith-Johnson 

Management Information Systems 



Stephen J. Gallant 

Mechanical Engineering 



Suzanne A. Gamache 

Psychology 




Gregg E. Ganley 

Electrical Engineering 




Kimberly T. Gardner 

Criminal Justice 




Michael S. Garcia 

Electrical Engineering 




Mark R. Garneau 

History 




Dave Ryan 



210 Seniors 








Karen L. Gatherum 

Finance 



Felicia Gatta 

Management 



Newman L. Gaw 

Computer Science 



Karyn A. Geary 

Nursing 



Nancy Y. Gee 

Music Performance 








Cherie Lynn Geoffroy 

Nursing 



Stefanakos George 

Industrial Management 



Joseph C. Giaimo 

Management 



Daryl Max Gibson 

Radiological Sciences 



Sandra J. Gillis 

Management 




Pamela M. Girard 

Marketing 




Melissa A. Gougeon 

Marketing 





Donald Allen Gleason 

Manasement 




Sandra M. Graham 

Electrical Engineering 





Vincent J. Granese 

Civil Engineering 



Eric B. Grann 

Electrical Engineering 



Tom Graves 



Seniors 211 





Thomas M. Graves 

Industrial Technology 




Glen A. Grimard 

English 





Wendy Gray 

Management Information Systems 




James Grisanzio 

History 





Michael Anthony Greco 

Computer Science 




Maria Gabriela Guardia 

Sociology 





Barbara E. Green 

Marketing 




Scott Marc Guilbeault 

Criminal Justice 




Kathleen M. Guilfoyle 

Industrial Technology 



Richard P. Gulezian II 

Math 



Todd N. Gunderman 

Civil Engineering 



Jason P. Gurney 

Finance 



Joseph A. Gushue 

Civil Engineering 








John A Gwozdz Jr. 

Electrical Engineering 



Gregory C. Haggis 

Accounting 



Amanuel Hagos 

Plastics Engineering 



Paula Haines 

English 



Richard P. Hamel Jr. 

Computer Science 








Jill M. Hamilton 

Management 



Elizabeth Chace Hanninen 

Management 



Manzurul Haque 

Civil Engineering 



John Hardy 

Psychology 



Mohan A. Harihar 

Sociology 



212 Seniors 




Todd Christopher 
Harrington 

Computer Science 





William F. Harrington 

Management 





Kerry A. Harris 

Management 





David H. Harvey 

Criminal Justice 



Eric J. Hautala 

Industrial Management 



Elizabeth A. Hayden 

Accounting 



Rich Smith 








Laurance M. Hayes 

Civil Engineering 



Donna Lee Hayward 

Music Education 



William A. Henderson 

Mechanical Engineering 



Donna Heron 

Art 



Sandra Jean Higgins 

Physical Therapy 




Douglas A. Hill 

Management 





James J. Hines IV 

Nuclear Engineering 





John B. Hinves 

Mechanical Engineering 





Thuhang L. Hoang 

Finance 





Jeanne Marie Holland 

Physical Therapy 



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Tyler Hooper 

Electrical Engineering 



Michael Horan 

Management 



Heidi M. Hoskison 
Psychology 



Judith A. Howard 

Nursing 



Daniel G. Howell 

Civil Engineering 



Seniors 213 







Shelley Ann Ingham 

Physical Therapy 




Wissam Maurice Jeha 

Mechanical Engineering 




James E. Jackson 

Civil Engineering 




Mark I. Jenei 

Management 





Dean L. Hoyt 

Mechanical Engineering 




Lisa Marie Hutchinson 

Nursing 




Syed S. Jameel 

Electrical Engineering 





Dianne M. Huber 

Accounting 



Katherine Wilson Hughes 

Chemical Engineering 




Michelle Patricia Hynes 

Nuclear Engineering 





Bruce Alan James 

Marketing 



Patricia Ann Janice 

English 




Scott B. Johnson 

Management 



Stacey L. Johnson 

Criminal Justice 



Paul J. Moynihan 



214 Seniors 





Jim Lavalee 





Wendy E. Johnson 

Accounting 




Maria Kacavas 

Industrial Technology 





Brenda M. Jones 

Management 




Suren Mark Kannangara 

Computer Science 





Mark A. Jozokos 

Plastics Engineering 




Michel C. Kassis 

Mechanical Engineering 




John Kay 

Industrial Technology 



Daniel P. Keefe 

Management Information Systems 



Charles H. Kelley 

Political Science 



Dale J. Kelley 

Electrical Engineering 



David M. Kelley 

Management 




Julie A. Kelley 

Biological Sciences 





Susan M. Kelly 

Finance 








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Christopher H. Kennedy 
Criminal Justice 



Kevin L. Kennedy 

Marketing 



Jim Soto 



Seniors 215 





Fotini Kiamos 
Psychology 




Kenneth M. Kudym 

Accounting 





Theresa L. Kouch 

Modern Languages/Psychology 




Cynthia Kuenzler 

Marketing 





Jim Lavalee 





Jyh Ren Kuo 

Management 



Park Kyungshik 

Electrical Engineering 



Josephine M. LaFrenier 

Marketing 



Brian K. Lai 

Electrical Engineering 



Sandra Lally 

Finance 








David Tai-Wai Lam 

Nuclear Engineering 



Deborah F. Lamb 

Civil Engineering 



Melanie S. Lambert 

Nursing 



Lisa Langlais 

Finance 



Philip Scott Langone 

Accounting 








Lori Ann Langton 

Biological Sciences 



Tina Rose Lanier 

Physics 



Renelle Laplante 

Music Business 



Brian Lapointe 

Operations Management 



Kris Lariviere 

Music Education 



216 Seniors 





Amy M. Lay bold 

Sociology 




Christine K. Leonard 
Psychology 




Rich Smith 




Minn Hong Le 

Clinical Lab Sciences 




Donna R. Leonard 

Electrical Engineering 





Karen L. Larsen 

Management 




Jodie M. Lavene 

Psychology 




Brian M. Leavitt 

Mechanical Engineering 





Mikael A. Lassila 

Civil Engineering 



Michael Eric Lauritzen 
Economics 




Christine Marie Lavoie 

Management Information Systems 




William Ledder 

Computer Science 




Mark E. Lawson 
Finance 




Aruna Lele 

Business Administration 




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Mark S. Leonardo 

Mechanical Engineering 



Susy Lessard 

Nursing 



Greg Robbins 



Seniors 217 



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Robert J. Letteri 

Management Information Systems 



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Bryan C. Linscott 

Finance 




Timothy P. Lloyd 

Political Science 




Robert Dale Longmire Jr. 

Finance 





Michael R. Lewis 

Electrical Engineering 




David L. Lipchiz 

Industrial Technology 




Ricky Lo 

Mechanical Engineering 




Stephen A. Longo 

Management 







Danna S. Li 

Computer Science 



Christopher M. Lies 

Biological Sciences 



Teresa M. Lima 

Marketing 






Elizabeth Ann Livingstone 

Clinical Lab Science 



Christine M. Lizotte 

Criminal Justice 



Barry V. Lloyd Jr. 

Management Information Systems 




Charles W. Lord 

Graphic Design 



Michael Loutraris 

Electrical Engineering 



Bill Freeman 



218 Seniors 









Steven P. Lowell 


David F. Lussier 


Steven A. Lynch 


Music Performance Sound Rec. 


History 


Management 


Tech. 








Greg Robbins 



Glenn MacDonald 

Industrial Technology 



Jim MacDonald 

Economics 



Christine M. Maclntire 

Accounting 




David Mackey 

Criminal Justice 




Robert A Mahoney 

Electrical Engineering 





Mark A. MacLean 
Civil Engineering 




Alan K Maier 

Industrial Technology 





Anthony G. Maina 

Mechanical Engineering 



Paul Makris 

Mechanical Engineering 



Dave Ryan 



Seniors 219 




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Julie Ann Manousos 

Biological Sciences Bio-Tech 
Option 





Margo Mantini 

Nursing 




John Maroun 

Electrical Engineering 





Edward Ross Maquire 
Criminal Justice 




Michelle A. Marquis 

Management 





Darla M. March 

Political Science 




Dianne G. Marsden 

Psychology 





David P. Marcoux 

Electrical Engineering 




Brenton R. Martin 

Music Performance Bus. Option 




Diane F. Martin 

Psychology 



Heather Marie Martin 

Criminal Justice 



Jeffrey T. G. Martin 

Math 



Susan Lynn Martin 

Criminal Justice 



Katherine Ann Martins 

Nursing 




Christina L. Masson 

Management 




Mark S. McCabe 

Finance 




Patrick J. Mattson 

Business 




Martin T. McCann 

Computer Science 




Lisa S. May 

Management 




James B. McCarthy 

Criminal Justice 




Deborah E. Mazzeo 

English 




Raymond F. McCarthy 

Civil Engineering 




Bruce McArdle 

Electrical Engineering 




A. Craven McCharles 

Electrical Engineering 



220 Seniors 





Mary A. McCullough 
Criminal Justice 





June A. McDonough 

Accounting 





Steven P. McElligott 

Civil Engineering 




Greg Robbins 



Lynn E. McFadyen 

Marketing 



Michele McGrath 

Clinical Lab Science 



James McLaughlin 

Accounting 




Marianne McWhinnie 

Finance 




Joseph Mendola 

Civil Engineering 





Mark D. Megalaitis 

Electrical Engineering 




Stephanie Ann Mercier 

Nuclear Engineering 





N. Jon Metivier 

Industrial Technology 



Lisa Mgaudette 

Marketing 



Jim Soto 



Seniors 221 




Vincent F. Moise 

Meteorology 




Dulcey Lee Moller 

Civil Engineering 



Kenneth W. Mills 

Management Information Systems 




John M. Molaskey 

Industrial Management 




Patricia M. Moriarty 

Physical Therapy 




Andrew E. Michael 
Economics 




Laurie-Ann Mikulski 

Marketing 






Athena Michaels 

Psychology 



Laurinda Ann Michaud 

Sociology 





Joseph R. Milane 

Accounting 



Peter D. Miller 

Mechanical Engineering 








Paula A. Ming 

Industrial Technology 


Karl B. Moeller 

Political Science 




James M. Moffitt 

Accounting 






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222 Seniors 









Paula A. Moriarty 

Plastics Engineering 



Holly E. Morin 

Marketing 



Dorothy A. Morine 

Marketing 



Robert E. Morrell 

Electrical Engineering 



Phillip Earl Morris III 

Psychology 








James Andrew Morrison 

Criminal Justice 



Jeffrey H. Mortimer 



Marketing 



Robert M. Mosscrop III 

Industrial Technology 



David A. Motaro 
Industrial Technology 



David Timothy Mulcahy 

Criminal Justice 




Christopher J. Mullen 

Electrical Engineering 




Christopher John Murphy 
Criminal Justice 





Cheryl L. Murphy 

Accounting 




Patricia M. Murphy 
Management 





Stephen F. Murphy 

Management 



Atallah George Musleh 

Electrical Engineering 



Paul J. Moynihan 



Seniors 223 





Valerie S. Nason 
Computer Science 




Sue-Mei Jo- Ann Ng 

Computer Science 





Todd M. Neumann 

Electrical Engineering 




Todd Huynh Nguyen 

Industrial Technology 





Nancy A. Newman 

Accounting 




Michael D. Niarchos 

Management 




Louise Nicolakakis 

Psychology 



Seraphina G. Nicolosi 

Physical Therapy 



Tracey Elizabeth Nicolosi 

English 



Michael A. Noble 

Criminal Justice 



Angela Nolin 

Psychology 




Michael A. Norris 
Civil Engineering 





Jennifer Norton 

Accounting 





Brenda J. Nothelfer 

Criminal Justice 



Anna Novak 

Psychology 



Paul J. Moynihan 



224 Seniors 




Pamela G. Novak 

Electrical Engineering 





Alan L. O'Brien 

Plastics Engineering 





Anne Teresa O'Brien 

Physical Therapy 





Christine E. O'Brien 

Physical Therapy 



Tracy O'Brien 

Physical Therapy 



Thomas P. O'Connell 

Mechanical Engineering 



Greg Robbins 




Kimberly Lynn O'Connor 

Management 




Marianne B. Orsula 

English 





Terrence Paul O'Mahony 

Computer Science 




John D. Oulton 

Marketing 





Stephen R. O'Malley 

Political Science 




Christopher Michael Owens 

Plastics Engineering 





Dalila M. Oliveira 

Psychology 




Dawn R. Pacheco 

Accounting 




Marybeth Palmigiano 

Management 



Katherine Panageotopoulos 

Health Education 



David A. Pantano 

Marketing 



Tina Marie Paolini 

Marketing 




Miltiades A. Papamiltiades 

Management 



Seniors 225 










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Rita N. Patel 

Electrical Engineering 



Sonik M. Patel 

Electrical Engineering 





Andrew F. Pawlowicz 

Mechanical Engineering 



Lisa A. Peabody 

Finance 





Antonio R. Pentimalli 

Management Information Systems 



Curtis J. Peredina 

Criminal Justice 




Maria A. Papleacos 

English 




Frederick H. Parlee Jr. 

Management 




Petros S. Patrikiadis 

Mechanical Engineering 



Paul J. Moynihan 




Lori K. Paradine 

Chemical Engineering 




Bruce W. Parks 

Management Information System 





Mayuri Patel 

Electrical Engineering 



Navin D. Patel 

Electrical Engineering 





Richard Patterson 

Health Education 



Daniel Edmund Paul 

Industrial Technology 



226 Seniors 






Alba I. Perez 
Psychology 





John D. Peters 

Management 





Jon D. Petersen 

Mechanical Engineering 




Paul J. Moynihan 



John G. Peznola 

Industrial Technology 



Xuan-Dung Pham 

Electrical Engineering 



Bouphavanh Phavorabouth 

Clinical Lab Science Med. Tech. 




Michelle Anne Phelan 

Physical Therapy 




Debra J. Pikora 

Computer Science 





Jeffrey Philbin 

Industrial Technology 




Christine Pimental 

Health Education 





Justin L. Pimpare 

Civil Engineering 



William D. Pingree 

Industrial Technology 



Paul J. Moynihan 



Seniors 227 




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Keith A. Pinter 

Management 




Roberta-Lea Perry Ponte 

Physical Therapy 




Gerald H. Powers Jr. 

Mechanical Engineering 




Tracy Ann Provencher 

Physical Therapy 





Scott M Pittman 

Music Performance 




Matthew S. Poole 

Industrial Technology 




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Lisa Marie Provencher 

Accounting 




John P. Puopolo 

Computer Science 





Kevin M. Plante 

Criminal Justice 




Peter J. Porcaro 

Plastics Engineering 





Nicolle M. Poirier 

Mechanical Engineering 



Maurice W. Pontbriant Jr. 

Electrical Engineering 





Alan A. Potvin 

Marketing 



Christopher James Pouliot 

Criminal Justice 




Deborah C. Ratcliffe 
Psychology 



Mark B. Rathbun 

Accounting 



Tom Graves 



228 Seniors 




Joseph D. Reale 

Finance 





Tudi Reddy 

Mechanical Engineering 





Clifford T. Reeves 

Clinical Lab Science Med. Tech. 
Option 





John E. Regan 

Civil Engineering 





Robert G. Regan 

Math 




Mark L. Regis 

Electrical Engineering 



James R. Rego 



Finance 



Scott A. Reid 

Mechanical Engineering 



Stephen A. Reidy 



Finance 



Robyn M. Renna 

Nursing 




Robert Rice 

Chemical Engineering 




John A. Roark 

Marketing 





Cheryl Ann Rich 
Health Education 




Joseph A. Roark 

Management 





Linda Ellen Rich 

Biological Sciences Bio-Tech 
Option 




Demetrius Peter Rizos 

Biological Sciences 




Sandelia Rizzo 

Management 




Kathleen H. Roark 

Sociology 



Darrin C. Roberts 

Psychology 



Tom Graves 



Seniors 229 





Josie Ann Rodriguez 

Nursing 




Debra Ann Rosati 

Physical Therapy 





Chad Romanowski 

Industrial Management 




Mary Lynn Rose 

Marketing 





Deborah J. Romkey 

Management 




Robin B. Rose 

Criminal Justice 





Theresa A. Ronan 

Music Education 




Matthew Ross 

Industrial Technology 




Robert N. Ross 

Mechanical Engineering 



Joseph P. Rossetti 

Marketing 



Helene Roussakos 

Management 



Michael D. Roussel 

Plastics Engineering 



Kenneth J. Roy 

Management 








Micheline M. Roy 

Finance 



Lisa Ann Rucks 

English 



Erik Patrick Ruhmann Laurie B. Russell 

Marketing Music Performance Sound Rec. Tech. 



David J. Ryan 

Business Management 








John Patrick Ryan 

Nursing 



Nicole M. Ry croft 

Psychology 



Marwan Sabbouh 

Electrical Engineering 



Mark S. Saccoccio 

Electrical Engineering 



Brenda M. Sadowski 

Electrical Engineering 



230 Seniors 




Sadio Saima 

Computer Science 





James L. Salemme 

Mechanical Engineering 





Juan Salomon 

Electrical Engineering 





Gerard Francis Salter 

Physical Therapy 



Adam M. Samuel 

Civil Engineering 



Stephen Sandrelli 
Political Science 



Rich Smith 








Dawn Marie Sanocki 

Nursing 



Sharim Santiago 

Biological Sciences 



Arthur J. Santos 

Criminal Justice 



Anton Santoso 

Electrical Engineering 



Ellen Teresa Sardy 

Health Education 








Stephen J. Sarro 

Physical Therapy 



Gregory Sauter 

Mechanical Engineering 



Steven E. Sawyer 

Accounting 



Elaine Scarfo 

Nursing 



Kristen E. Schwab 

Radiological Sciences 








Laura K. Schroeder 

Accounting 



Kirk M. Sciola 

Computer Science 



Roseann Sdoia 

Marketing 



Gregory B. Searle 

Fine Arts 



Harry J. Sears 

Criminal Justice 



Seniors 231 




Thabenthiran Selvadurai 

Plastics Engineering 





Dominic M. Serino 

Management Information Systems 





Laura Ann Seymour 

Nursing 





Peter J. Shaffer 

Industrial Technology 





John G. Shaw 

Physics 



Wen H. Shui 

Music Performance 



Kristine M. Silva 

Marketing 



Robert S. Silvers 

Computer Science 



Gail M. Simard 

Accounting 




Mark C. Simone 

Finance 




Jeffrey D. Simpson 

Mechanical Engineering 




John P. Sloan 

Math 




Rey Anthony Simonetti 
Psychology 




Maria Skantzaris 

Electrical Engineering 




Joseph S. Smith 

Civil Engineering 



232 Seniors 




Greg Robbins 








Paul C. Smith Jr. 

Marketing 



Paula S. Smith 

Marketing 



Peter Daniel Smith 

Meteorology 



Robin M. Smith 

Management 



Kevin P. Soderholm 

Management Information Systems 








Brita J. Sorli 

Electrical Engineering 



Chanrith M. Soth 

Finance 



Thomas Sotirios 

Nuclear Engineering 



Stephanie E. Spaeth 

Psychology 



James M. Spears 

Math 




Charles D. Spurrell 

Mechanical Engineering 




Kirk Steinhoff 

Industrial Management 





Emmanuel G. St. Jean 

Civil Engineering 




Michele L. Stella 

Finance 





Michael T Staniec 

Accounting 




Donald L. Stephenson 

Finance 





Paul J Stanton 

Criminal Justice 




Christine M. Straub 

Political Science 





William C. Stark 

Civil Engineering 





Andy Straussberg 

Management Information Systems 





Peter Strickler 

Mechanical Engineering 



Jeffrey S. Strong 

Economics 



Malvena H. Stuart 

Spanish 



James Joseph Sullivan 

Accounting 



James P. Sullivan 

Electrical Engineering 



Seniors 233 



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Jennifer Anne Sullivan 

Biological Sciences 





Keely J. Sullivan 

Marketing 




Thomas J. Sweet 

Civil Engineering 





Lisa A. Sullivan 

American Studies 




Cynthia Szabady 

Criminal Justice 





Punreddy Sunita 

Electrical Engineering 




Susan Anastasia Szablak 

Clinical Lab Sciences 





Michelle Jean Surprenant 

Physical Therapy 




Cynthia J. Szarek 

Finance 




Nikki Lynn Tambolleo 

Health Education 



Tina Ann Taranto 

Criminal Justice 



Gregg M. Tarpy 

Finance 



Marianne Tarsa 

Physical Therapy 



Troy M. Teeboom 

Marketing 




Jean Marie Terrio 

Physical Therapy 





Jennifer J. Thibault 

Psychology 





John J. Thompson 

Political Science 





Karie Jean Thompson 

Nursing 





Nancy Lee Thompson 

Psychology 




Richard A. Tidd 

Electrical Engineering 



Edward J. Tisdale 

Computer Science 



Antonio Tollis Jr. 

Electrical Engineering 



Leo J. Tometich 

Electrical Engineering 



Binh X. Tong 

Electrical Engineering 



234 Seniors 





Stacy-Ann Topjian 

Art 





Brian D. Treanor 

Meteorology 





Joyce M. Tremblay 

Accounting 




Rich Smith 



Robert J. Tremblay Jr. 

Physics 



James E. Triba 

Mechanical Engineering 



Laurie A. Trickett 

Finance 








Marie-Elena Tringali 

Psychology 



Francis P. Trowbridge 

American Studies 



Patel Trushar 

Electrical Engineering 



Rose M. Tsaliagos 

Marketing 



Jack W. Tseng 

Mechanical Engineering 




Shawn Turner 

Graphic Design 





Steven C. Tyler 

Electrical Engineering 






Thomas M. Tzifos 

Computer Science 



Elizabeth A. Underhill 
Psychology 



Greg Robbins 



Seniors 235 





Joyce A. Vaghini 

English 





Kathleen T. Vail 

Math Science /Computing Option 





Dean J. Valoras 

Finance 





Terri A. Van Amburgh 

Physical Therapy 




Shamit Prakash Vasa 

Plastics Engineering 



Ilidia D. Vasconcelos 

Clinical Lab Science 



Kevin Vaughan 

Mechanical Engineering 



Scott H. Vaughan 

Art 



Alan David Vecchiarello 

Criminal Justice 




Joseph Charles Venuti 

Meteorology 




Gia Volterra 

Music Performance Bus. Option 





Kenneth Mark Verolla 

Accounting 




Scott Michael Wagner 

Criminal Justice 





Douglas S. Walker 

Management Information Systems 



Scott E. Walkowiak 

Mechanical Engineering 



Tom Graves 



236 Seniors 




Julie A. Walrath 

Management 




Jennifer M. Waterman 

Physical Therapy 





Joseph M. Walsh 

Marketing 




Kaybeth Weibel 

Electrical Engineering 





Robert C. Walter 

Finance 




Gary D. Wendell 

Marketing 





Brian D. Warren 

Management 




Christine M. Westberg 

Sociology 





Stephen F. Wasylak Jr. 

Electrical Engineering 




Ellen Whitcomb 

Physical Therapy 




Patricia Mary Whitcomb 
Physical Therapy 



Brian J. White 

Marketing 



Edward L. White 

Industrial Technology 



Martha Elizabeth White 

Nursing 



Michelle White 

Management 




Sandra E. Whitmore 

Accounting 





Julian Whittier 

Health Education 





John T. Wiesner 

Jazz Music Performance 





Catherine L. Williams 

Art 





Mary Williamson 

Marketing 




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David J. Wilson 

Electrical Engineering 



Kristen S. Windle 

Marketing 



Christopher R. Winters 

Electrical Engineering 



Andrew Paul Wolanski 

Industrial Management 



Sie Meng Wong 

Mechanical Engineering 



Seniors 237 



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Gary S. Wooster Jr. 

Industrial Technology 





Robert E. Wright 

Management 





Kevin J. Wynn 

Civil Engineering 





Lynn G. Yannalfo 

Mechanical Engineering 






Katherine A. Younj 

Nursing 




Mustafa A. Yusuf 

Electrical Engineering 



Anne Zacharakis 

Management 



Jeffrey Lawrence Zagaria 

Electrical Engineering 



Lana M. Zamarchi 

Art 



Kimberly Ann Zebroski 

Management 




Patriciann Zebroski 

Accounting 




Steven Zolud 

Management 




Stephen E. Zwicker 

Math Science /Computing Option 




Greg Robbins 




Rich Smith 



238 Seniors 




239 




Well here it is - Finally!!! I know many of you have been waiting 
forever for this book to be finished, well join the club. There isn't 
too much for me to say to everyone except quit bitchin' if you 
weren't here to put your time in. I can hear it now, but what about 
my classes. Well I would like to ask you, what about my summer 
vacation? I think we did pretty well with our 7 engineers, 1 busi- 
ness, 2 marketing and 1 exercise phys. majors. Suprisingly we at 
Sojourn have had none of what you might expect to be typical 
staff members. I recall a time when I was at Josten's publishing 
when a rep asked me if I was a journalism major. Not quite unless 
you consider my Technical Writing class I took as a Civil Engineer 
as a qualification. 

I would like to thank my staff personally: Donna Leonard, Dave 
Ryan, Tom Graves, Wilie Burks, Blessing Tawengwah, Rob 
Moore. Greg Robbins, Adam Hayden, Jim Soto, and Rich Smith. 
Also deserving of thanks are those on that helped in inumerable 
ways, Dean Thomas Taylor and the people at University Life, and 
Mary Connelly and everyone at her office, our publishing rep. 
John Neister of Josten's Printing and Publishing and Norm 
Benrimo of Yearbook Associates. Norm, I wish you the best in 
your retirement it's been a pleasure working with you. If I left 
anyone out I apologize. 

I would like to address everyone when I say: get involved, you'll 
have a lot more fun and have a little something to show for your 
time spent at The University of Lowell rather than a few grades. 
The friends you will make will last a lifetime. 

To the graduates of the class of 1991, I wish the best and I 
hope that you will look back at being the last graduating class of 
The University of Lowell and have as many good memories about 
it as I do. 

Paul J. Moynihan 
Editor-in-Chief 



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